Climate Savers Computing – Utility Energy-Efficiency Program Summit

Briefing on IT Power Management for Utility Energy-Efficiency Program Managers

This Webinar took place on July 21, 2009. To view presentations and a recording of the Webinar, please click here

Join The Climate Savers Computing Initiative and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the first in a two-part series of educational Webinars designed to raise awareness of the benefits and savings associated with energy-efficient computing. This Webinar will focus on the benefits of implementing computer power management programs and will frame a discussion around best practices for existing programs in the industry.

Date: July 21, 2009
Time: 12 p.m. EDT / 9 a.m. PDT

The Webinar Will Address:

  • Opportunities to reduce energy waste and save money/carbon
  • Best practices from utilities that have implemented power management and customer
    incentive programs
  • Resources and program design considerations

Who Should Attend:
Energy-Efficiency Program Sponsors including

  • Utility Energy-Efficiency program managers and planners
  • Program managers for state-run energy efficiency programs
  • Utility funded Energy-Efficiency program managers
  • Utility program marketers
  • Energy service professionals and implementation support contractors


  • Computer Power Management Basics
  • Climate Savers Computing & ENERGY STAR program overviews
  • Why Utilities are Getting Involved
  • Program Design Considerations
  • Overview of Existing Utility Incentive Programs
  • Case Studies
  • Additional Approaches to Utility Outreach Programs
  • Resources & Suggested Next Steps
  • Q&A: Ask Our Panel of Experts

To register for this event, please complete the fields below and click ‘Submit.’ Meeting space is limited; be sure to RSVP as soon as possible.

To Register

Virtually all PCs support power management – but only 5-10% of U.S. organizations use this feature.3 Register now for this free session to get the information you need to begin deploying a power management program in your service territory.

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For more information, please contact [email protected]

There are currently over 1 billion PCs in deployment globally and 2.25 billion expected by 2015.1

The average desktop PC in use today wastes nearly half the power it pulls from the wall.2

If all office computers and monitors in the United States were set to sleep when not being used, the country could save more than 44 billion kWh or $4 billion worth of electricity and avoid the greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to those of about 5 million cars each year.4

Speakers will include
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